What’s on this weekend

Listen to some great choirs, solo artists and bands around Waterford this weekend. With Winterval in full swing and plenty of gigs around town, you'd be mad to stay in!

Outdoor Music at The Apple Market

As part of the wonderful Winterval season, The Apple Market will play host to some great live music each Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Choirs, artists, and bands will get everyone in the festive mood.

Pop-Rock at Central Arts

This Saturday, CHERYM, the super sassy three-piece girl band from Derry play Central Arts. The band was nominated for both ‘Best Single’ and ‘Best Newcomer’ in the 2018 NI Music Awards. They’ve also played at Electric Picnic and Indiependence. With their second EP planned for release later this year, there’s no stopping these Derry girls!

Check out their single ‘Take it Back‘ on Youtube.

A little classical music at St. John’s Church

This Sunday at 7.30 pm, classically trained singers, Bridget Knowles, Eoin Power, and Andrew Gavin will perform some Christmas favourites from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and Handel’s Messiah. Don’t miss out.

Have a great weekend!


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